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Did A French Spy Kill Muammar Gaddafi?

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10/08/2012 12:02 PM
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Did A French Spy Kill Muammar Gaddafi?
Overlapping news reports in Europe suggest that French intelligence services located and killed fleeing Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi in 2011 using critical information provided from fellow tyrant and Syrian President, Bashar al Assad.
Was the October, 2011 killing of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi amid a crowd of insurgents in fact a professional hit by French intelligence services — with an assist from Syrian strongman Bashar al Assad? That’s the speculation that has emerged from overlapping European media reports in recent weeks, suggests Gaddafi’s death may have been a bid to prevent the Libyan leader from revealing damaging secrets about the government of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy.

That speculation arose from a Sept. 29 article by Italian daily Corriere della Sera looking into recent claims by former Libyan official Mahmoud Jibril. Jibril—an opposition leader who served as prime minister for Libya’s transitional government—told Egypt’s Dream TV Sept. 26 that “a foreign agent had been infiltrated into the revolutionary brigades to kill Col. Gaddafi”, who at the time was on the run in western Libya. The Italian report goes on to quote an unidentified European diplomat arguing the assassination-bent spy had to be French—noting France and its then-President Nicolas Sarkozy had much to lose if Gaddafi had been allowed to go public with their secret dealings.

Why would France be more vulnerable than other nations that also dealt with Libya under the unsavory Gaddafi? In large part due to Sarkozy’s formerly cozy relationship with the Libyan. Just three months into his presidency, Sarkozy convinced Gaddafi to release five Bulgarian health workers imprisoned for years in Libya on what were considered bogus charges they’d intentionally infected children with HIV. That bargain took place amid murky financial and diplomatic transactions. Later, Sarkozy hosted Gaddafi during a high profile state visit to Paris—a trip that was supposed serve as the reformed Libyan’s return to polite global company, but which turned into an embarrassing fiasco for France. That was when the pair’s friendship began to sour, ending entirely when Sarkozy spearheaded the NATO operation that resulted in Gaddafi’s ouster. It was during those hostilities that Gaddafi intimates repeatedly aired claims the dictator had provided illegal funds to finance Sarkozy’s 2007 presidential campaign. Sarkozy has steadfastly denied those charges, though they continued to dog him.

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